JEREMY Clarkson suffered "smashed testicles" after a brutal cow attack on his farm.
The Clarkson's Farm star, 61, revealed the savage attack happened when he was trying to herd his cattle into a brand new £175,000 barn.
Jeremy wanted to herd the animals into the barn to help protect them from cold during winter, and described what happened in his Sunday Times column.
"I had a plastic bag full of cow treats, which I rattled to let the beasts know that food was in the offing, but as they're pasture-fed, they had no interest in my nutty snacks," he wrote.
"One of them, though, did have an interest in killing me."
Jeremy continued: "It's said a cow cannot kick backwards but I can testify to the fact that this isn't true. A cow can kick in any direction.
"They are like Bruce Lee, only more deadly and determined because, having failed to connect with her hoofs, she went for another tack – putting her head between my legs and then raising it smartly.
"This worked well and immediately I was on my knees in the mud with crossed eyes, trying to push the cow away. This, it turns out, is impossible. It's like trying to push Westminster Abbey."
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The former Top Gear presenter said it was the worst farming experience he'd had and he was "very miserable" after it happened.
Jeremy shocked fans when he revealed his Diddly Squat farm shop was temporarily closing.
After the enormous success of his Clarkson's Farm TV show, the Oxfordshire estate has been hugely popular among locals and fans coming from further afield.
On New Year's Eve, hundreds of people flocked to the farm in a desperate attempt to get their fix of agriculture essentials before its closure.
No details surrounding the closure have been given, with the shop now closed throughout the whole of January and February.
Ahead of its closing, the official Diddly Squat Instagram account posted: "Thank you to everyone who visited.
"Happy New Year. See you in March. Milk machine remains open 24/7."
Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime showed the star's hilarious venture into life as a farmer.
The Grand Tour presenter appears in the fan favourite series and is tasked with having to deal with disobedient animals, dreadful weather and unresponsive crops.
Under the watch of 21-year-old farm manager Kaleb Cooper, Jeremy got used to running his own farm.
Much to the delight of fans, Kaleb recently announced that filming for series two of the hit series has already started.
Uploading the image to Instagram, Kaleb can be seen standing in front of a tractor with luscious green hills behind him.
“Filming is well underway,” penned the 23-year-old, adding: “Enjoying every minute of it as well.”
Clarkson's Farm is available to stream on Amazon Prime.
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